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									HUL Telecom Network -
Metro Ethernet



S Narayanan
Group IT Manager – Infrastructure & Security
Hindustan Unilever Limited
Subramanyam.Narayanan@unilever.com
              HUL WAN Overview
                                                                     Satellite


                                               VSAT NETWORK


                   Delhi



                                                          Remote

                            Airtel,       Calcutta
                            BSNL,
                           Reliance,
                             Tata
Internet       Mumbai
                                              • 260+ Last Miles (LL + MPLS)
                                              • 15 Metro Ethernet links
                                              • 110 Mbps MPLS B/w on CORE
                                Chennai       •
   Unilever                                   • 191 VSAT Sites – Total.
   BT-GVPN         Bangalore                  • Primary VSAT b/w to 47 sites
                                              • 45Mbps for DC-DR.
                                              • 12 Mbps Global MPLS
                                              • 50 Mbps Internet.
Network Growth Trend (2005 to 2008) HUL
                         Leased Line Trend



      300


      250
                                                           P2P

      200                                                  ISDN

                                                           ME
      150
                                                           MPLS

      100                                                  Sites

                                                           Total B/w
       50


        0
             2005       2006                 2007   2008




     P2P, FR links give way to MPLS and MEN
     MPLS and MEN give L2 and L3 functionality
     ISDN and FR almost obsolete in current scenario
Trends : Ethernet—The “Next Utility”




                                    Ethernet
                      Electricity
              Gas
   Water
Advantages : Ethernet as a Leased Line

• Dominates the LAN
   • Native interface
   • Plug-n-Play

• Ease of use
   • Widely available, well understood technology
   • Simplifies network operations to enterprises

• Cost Effectiveness
   • Widespread use of Ethernet interface
   • No CPE required
   • Purchase bandwidth only as and when needed
   • No need to add hardware for upgradation of bandwidth

• Flexibility
    • Bandwidth can be added in small increments as and when required
    • Single interface can connect to multiple services
         • Internet, VPN, Extranet supplier, Storage Provider
Why does Enterprises need Ethernet?
Gaps in Data
  Services     Some Applications with Flexible Bandwidth Needs
 64 Kbps       Branch Office Intranet               64 kbps to 10 Mbps
 128 kbps
               Enterprise Corporate VPN             2 Mbps to 100 Mbps

  2 Mbps       Enterprise Corporate Internet        100 Mbps to 1 Gbps
                   Enterprise Business Continuity
                   Internet Access
  45 Mbps      Storage Area Networking              1 Gbps and above
               Service Provider POP to POP          100 Mbps to 1Gbps
               connectivity
 155 Mbps                                           1Gbps and above
                   SP metro connectivity
                   E-commerce Hosting
 622 Mbps

                  Provide “Carrier-Class” Data Service (Private Line) with
                                      Flexible Speeds
  2.5 Gbps
    Security Measures by Telecom Companies
   In MEN networks- traffic is carried on ‘system-configured’ Ethernet Virtual
    Circuits’- mapped between physical Ethernet ports of the originating and
    terminating MEN nodes. These VC/VLAN Ids are residing with the
    Management system and shall not be compromised.
   No user- whose access ports are not pre-configured as part of the EVC
    can access the network from any other MEN node/port.
   There are no „port-mirroring‟ or similar features that allow other users to
    monitor any specific traffic .
   Only specific ports used by the customer is active at any Node- other ports
    are de-active
   In case the traffic levels of any customer reaches/exceeds a threshold, then
    telcos can also dedicate a fibre pair for the customer- thus making the
    network absolutely secure.
    Reduction in Site Requirements

   Smaller Equipment
   Less Space Requirement
   Less Power Requirements
Value Proposition..


  Protection               Profitable              Productivity


  Disaster Recovery      Lowering Total Cost of     Minimize Business
                           Ownership (TCO)           Disruption Due to
   High Availability                                Network Downtime
                             Reduce Op Ex
 Bandwidth Flexibility                             On-demand Bandwidth
   for Future Needs      Higher Bandwidth at        Availability between
                         Lower Cost per Mbps                Sites
 Security Concerns /
     New Laws             New Technologies on        Industry Accepted
                         Existing Infrastructure        Technology
                                                        Transparent
                                                   Application Activation


 Addressing                Lowering                 “Extended
Uncertainties                Costs                  Enterprise”
Metro Ethernet Network in HUL
    Introduced by Reliance Communications in 2005, first link
     commissioned between Bangalore and Mumbai (5Mb).
    HUL saw great cost benefits in terms of Device requirements
     and bandwidth upgrades.
    Link stability and ease of use has improved acceptability
     within HUL, all major offices are connected on MEN only.
    MEN so far very stable and gives better uptimes.
    HUL uses Bandwidth on Demand Extensively.

    HUL DC-DR replication runs on another flavor of ME called
     EoSDH on large capacities.
    Currently HUL has 15+ ME links, with aggregated capacities
     of 64Mb+ on MPLS, 125Mb+ on ME P2P, 45Mb+ on Internet.
    Evaluating VPLS solution on ME for Intra city connectivity
HUL Telecom Network -
Metro Ethernet



S Narayanan
Group IT Manager – Infrastructure & Security
Hindustan Unilever Limited
Subramanyam.Narayanan@unilever.com
      MEF World Tour
Ethernet Business Services
        Bangalore, 2009




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